Key races still undecided in Arizona and Georgia

Key races are still undecided. If you have been following the elections, there are still three Senate races that are too close to call. Georgia and Arizona Senate races too close to call as votes continue to come in.


The race between incumbent Martha McSally and former astronaut Mark Kelly is a close one. Kelly currently leads by seven points with 82% of the voting precincts reporting.

Arizona Senator Martha McSally

Martha McSally is currently serving an unexpired term. After her predecessor retired early, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey appointed her to fill the vacancy.

She is a close ally of President Trump and believes in dismantling the Affordable Care Act. She also is a proponent of huge military spending and inflating the national debt.


Mark Kelly, the husband of shooting victim Gabrielle Giffords is looking to flip Arizona. He believes in common sense gun legislation and universal background checks for gun buyers.

Former astronaut Mark Kelly

Georgia’s Special Election

Pastor Raphael Warnock is currently leading Kelly Loeffler by five points. When the polls closed last night, there was still no clear winner. 91% of the voting precincts reporting.

Like McSally, Loeffler is also serving an unexpired term.

Issues with social justice

Loeffler has come under criticism from civil rights group over her racist views and lack of social justice initiatives. As minority owner of the Atlanta Dream, she has repeatedly criticized players for wearing Black Lives Matter warm up gear. After the season started, she again criticized the players for displaying names of police brutality victims.

Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler


In the other Senate race, David Perdue leads Jon Osoff by four points with 91% of the precincts reporting.

Perdue is seen by many Democrats as an ally of President Trump. He has been criticized for his poor handling of the COVID outbreak and not doing enough to prevent the spread.

Georgia Senator David Perdue

If Democrats can take all three of these seats, they will need either one or two more seats to take back the Senate. By winning the White House, Democrats only will need to pick up one more seat. If Trump wins, they will need two seats.

All polling information is from CNNpolitics